Beautiful single flowered purple rambler, with a scent of fresh peaches. It was discovered in Cornwall by Mrs Muriel Hooker Mackay around 1967. Graham Thomas believed it to be a seedling of Veilchenblau. Thornless and summer flowering. Size: 4.5m x 3.6m
|Rose Group||Rambler Rose|
|Date of Introduction||1967|
|Hardiness Zone||5 -what’s this?|
Shade Tolerant, Poor Soils, Attractive to Bees, Suitable for North Walls, Suitable for Walls/Fences, Suitable for Arches/Pergolas, To Grow into a Tree, Few or No Thorns
PLEASE NOTE: There is no more Potted Stock available for this variety this year. Bareroot is now the earliest buying option.